Product

Eclipse candle holder

Designer/Brand

Aaron Probyn

Eclipse candle holders are a striking minimalist design crafted from solid brass giving the product weight and substance. The wide disc frames the candle, while creating an illusion of floating above a table surface.

For maximum effect use several clustered together to create a dynamic tablescape. 

As seen in the January 2021 edition of Livingetc. 

Material: Brass 
Dimensions: 
Medium taper: 12x12x5.15cm
Small taper: 12x12x2.75cm

Care instructions:
Brass will tarnish and discolour with time. To clean, use a gentle non-abrasive metal polish paste applied with a dry cloth, then polish the surface until clean and shiny again. Do not use a water-soluble polish.


£38.00

Aaron Probyn

Profile

With studios in both New York City and London, British industrial designer Aaron Probyn creates minimal but tactile products that are both functional, emotionally engaging and have the objective of bringing joy to everyday life.
Passionate about sustainability and adverse to disposable culture, Aaron sidesteps trends to create quality-led, timeless design pieces with the hope that they can be enjoyed for a lifetime and beyond.

Aaron established a presence within the design industry 20 years ago, creating award-winning products while working for respected brands including Habitat, Conran and Tom Dixon.

In 2012, he established his eponymous design studio and consults on projects for global companies including ABC Carpets & Home, Another Country, Heals, Waterfords, Crate & Barrell, Ikea, Normann Copenhagen and West Elm.

Creatively directing initial concepts to final production sign-off, Aaron is experienced in designing across a variety of products and manufacturing processes, from small batch to high-volume production, and brings with him an in-depth knowledge and an instinctive approach to each project brief.

In 2020, Aaron launched his line of own-brand products, collaborating with carefully selected manufacturers and with a commitment to making good, sustainable design accessible.